You won't buy another ebook again after seeing all the free Nook books you can get from the websites below. These websites have millions of free Nook books on every subject imaginable and will keep you reading for a very long time.
Some of these free Nook books will be yours to keep and others you'll only get to borrow but you still won't pay a cent for them. Be sure to read the details on each site about the terms and how to download each free Nook book. It's an easy process but each website works a little bit differently.
If you aren't lucky enough to have a Nook you can still read free Nook books on a free Nook reading app that's available for the iPhone, Android, iPad, PC, and Mac. Find out more by reading this guide to getting free ebooks.
Are you a Kindle owner? Find out how you can get free Kindle books. There are also a ton of free audio books out there that you can download and listen to on the go. You can get free books other ways too if you like to read books you can hold and touch.
The first place you'll want to go to find free Nook books is the Barnes & Noble Free NOOK Books website.
There's over a million free Nook books and free Nook apps here for children and adults. You can browse through the free Nook books by browsing through the categories or looking at them all at once to find the most popular books.
Tip: I suggest browsing through the categories to find your next free Nook book to eliminate seeing all the free Nook apps that are available which can really clutter your results.
Each Friday as part of the Free Friday feature at The NOOK Blog, Barnes & Noble posts a free Nook book that you can get free for one day only.
These free Nook books usually cost money but as a promotion they're free just on that Friday. You'll want to download it that day because it will most likely not become free again.
Many public libraries around the country subscribe to Overdrive and this is a great place to go to borrow free Nook books. You'll check the Nook books out for a few weeks at a time just like how you would check a book out at the library.
After you've accessed Overdrive you can use it to download EPUB or PDF files which are both compatible with the Nook.
Tip: Enter your zip code to use the library search to check to see if your library participates.
If your library doesn't subscribe to Overdrive then you can borrow and lend books on your own at eBookFling.
Before you can download a free Nook book you'll need to loan one of the books you already have so you can get a credit which you can use to download a free book. This is a loaning program so you'll have 14 days to read the book before it is returned to the owner.
All the free Nook books at Project Gutenberg are public domain meaning that they are completely legal for you download and keep.
You'll find a lot of classics at Project Gutenberg but they also have a lot of other books which you can find by browsing by the author, title, language or viewing the top 100 free books.
Tip: You'll want to download these books as EPUB files so they'll be readable on your Nook.